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Josie Jump

Colour:

Grey

Photo by kind permission of ES Photography

Breeding:

 

CPBS

Sire:

Dam:

Damsire:

Height: Height 148 cms
Born: 2007
Graded: SPSS; Licensed: BCPS/CPBS
Stud Fee:

Stud fee: 500 NFFR 

Concessions to pure bred Connemaras

Limited visiting mares. Will also be available through Scotland AI Services.

Semen: AI (Fresh, Chilled & Frozen)
Breeder: Joseph Burke
Owner: Myles Lindsay-Brown
Location: near Westruther, Berwickshire

Josie Jump, who is known as JJ is a registered Grade I pure bred Connemara stallion who was bred in Ireland by Joseph Burke. Imported to the UK in 2015, he has a top jumping pedigree.

 

For more information please see below, or contact Katie Lindsay-Brown on 01578 740678; 07770 306660 or

 

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Origins

Pedigree:

Currachmore Cashel

Rosenaharley Rowley Mylerstown Huckleberry Finn Leam Bobby Finn
Mylerstown Peach

 

Rosenaharley Ronamara MacNamara
May Retreat

 

Tolka Bridge Bridge Boy Toreen Ross
Irene

 

Statia Knockranny Ruby
Danesfield Girl

 

Ballybeg Maggie Moy Johnnys Pride The Kid Abbeyleix Fionn
Carrabeg Bonnet

 

Castle Park Abbeyleix Owen
Trabane-Castle

 

Brave Beauty Spunky Ardilaun
Great Friend

 

Banba Beauty Mac Dara
Slieve Beauty

Sire:  Currachmore Cashel, the 2008 All Ireland Supreme Champion, having been unbeaten all that year and winner of numerous other Championships, including the Supreme Champion at the 2008 RDS and at Clifden in 2009. He was also the 2012 French National Champion and European Champion. Currachmore Cashel is also proving his contribution to the breed through his progeny, who include Coolillaun Cashel winner of the 3-yr-old stallion class and junior Reserve Champion at the 2008 Clifden pony show and Lake Lad who as a yearling was Champion Suprme de Bourgogne & Champion Junior Mle National in France in 2011.

 

Dam: Ballybeg Maggie, whose dam has the great Carna Bobby & Mac Dara in her pedigree, is also the dam of another Class 1 stallion, Dancing Tego.

 

Damsire: Moy Johnnys Pride, a descendant of both Abbeyleix Owen & Abbeyleix Fionn, is the sire of the international jumping pony Costellos Boy and the damsire of another international SJ pony, Jack the Lad.

Photo by kind permission of ES Photography

  

Performance

In Ireland, JJ made history by winning the RDS Performance Hunter Championships for 3 consecutive years. He also won the Pony Discovery Final in Millstreet 2012 & was 6th at the 2013 148cms 6/7 yr old Showjumping Championship.

 

In the UK he won and was Champion at the North of England HOYS M&M qualifier and at the BSPS Scotland Finale Show won the M&M Gold Cup Final, Champion Performance Pony Scotland 2016 & Scottish M&M WHP Champion.

Photo by kind permission of Qorum Photos

At the Scottish Connemara Breed Show JJ qualified for Blair in both the In hand & Working Hunter Pony sections. In 2016, JJ started his eventing career with his 13 yr old owner proving to be clever & scopey with a superb attitude and they will be competing in both BS & BE in 2017.

 

In Oct 2016, JJ impressed the SPSS grading judges with his attitude & type as well as his outstanding jumping technique to become the 2016 Supreme Stallion Grading Champion.

 

  

 

Offspring/Breeding Advice

JJs first British foals are due in 2017 and are eagerly anticipated. In Ireland his oldest offspring are 4 yrs old and are highly sought after with top price paid for a youngster at Goresbridge Sales in July 2016.

 

JJs temperament is second to none and he is a delight to work with. His versatility means he is an ideal cross for any type or breed of horse or pony making him an influential sire for those looking to breed top class competition ponies. He is already a popular choice, with mares booked for 2017 before the end of 2016.

Photo by kind permission of Qorum Photos

The Sports Pony Studbook Society

Studbook Office:   The Last House, Keysoe Row West, Keysoe, Bedfordshire MK44 2JJ

Tel: 07703 566066    Email: 

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